亞太領航數據公司 Global HR Director

Taipei City, Taiwan
Human Resources
Full Time

What You'll Do / Responsibilities
  • The Global Human Resources Director coordinates the implementation of people-related services, policies, and programs; manages the HR and Recruitment team; reports to the Chief Executive Officer. 
  • Work collaboratively with executive management, line managers, HR team, and other stakeholders to build a culture of excellence and innovation. In collaboration with IPA leadership facilitate organizational structure/ design discussions and lead the roll out of new management philosophy
  • Manage employee relations issues for headquarters and international staff, including coordinating and engaging with field office-based HR staff. In conjunction with legal department and local counsel ensure compliance with U.S. and international labor laws, supporting audits as necessary
  • Provide tools and guidelines to support and implement policies and procedures, domestic and international employment agreements, development of HRIS, field office employee manuals, benefit summaries and compensation guidelines; Maintain a high-quality central HR function, including appropriate technology, systems and tools, including the use of metrics and people data to inform key decisions;
  • Manage the recruiting, selection process, and on-boarding processes. 
  • Work with management to ensure the selection of the right candidates for all positions
  • Lead development and execution of employee engagement and retention strategies, plans, and initiatives including the design and implementation of a training, mentoring and professional development and succession plans;
  • Manage the performance management process and facilitate improvement of performance management systems and training for domestic and international staff
  • Manage compensation and benefits administration
  • Manage employee welfare, wellness and health programs for domestic and tcn/expatriate staff, domestic employee safety and provide guidance and support to the country offices’ welfare, wellness and health programs
  • Manage TW, HK, JP HR team and provide functional leadership to international staff with HR responsibilities; and
  • Other HR related tasks and initiatives as may be assigned from time to time.
Required Qualifications
  • Human Resources professional with 10-15 years of progressive human resources/organization development experience
  • Experience in domestic and international recruiting and HR operations. At least 5 years of human resources and/or recruiting experience in international development industry in developing countries preferred
  • Deep and broad understanding of employment law, recruitment and selection, employee relations, compensation, and benefits
  • Demonstrated ability to think creatively and collaboratively about staff development and training
  • Experience selecting, implementing and institutionalizing HR IT systems
  • Previous management experience required; At least 5 years preferred
  • Ability to influence and build credibility at all levels and establish collaborative working relationships
  • Proven ability to operate in a fast-paced, complex, decentralized and geographically diverse organizational structure
  • Ability to determine and ensure compliance with all regions local laws and regulations
  • Superior communications skills, oral and written
  • Strong strategic and problem solving skills
  • Excellent networking and interpersonal skills as well as strong organizational skills and initiative
  • Exposure to interviewing techniques, knowledge of personnel policy and procedure and federal and state laws regarding employment
  • Proficient computer skills – especially Microsoft Suite of applications (Word, PowerPoint, Excel) and HRIS/HRM systems
  • Fluency in English required.
Benefits / Compensation

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Salary
Negotiable
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